In 1972, noone and nothing was hotter than Ed “Ace” McCulloch and the Revullution dragster.
News, how tos, information, updates, interviews and events forall drag racing series and classes including the NHRA, IHRA, and the Sportsman, Pro Stock, Top Fuel, Funny Car and Top Fuel Motorcycle classes.
In Part I we looked at wheel weights. And while weight is critical, something else is hugely important for wheel performance – wheel offset. The industry is filled with virtually any combination of wheels with specific standard or custom backspace dimensions. So what’s right for your car?
Drag Race 101: Tuning Tips for the Drag Strip Part II. Now that we’ve got your strip burner engine breathing properly, we need to work on the ignition system so that it can help deliver maximum power output.
Schumacher, Hagan, Brogdon, and Krawiec were red hot at a cool October weekend in Reading, PA at the Maple Grove Raceway for the NHRA Nationals.
Drag Race 101: Wheels and Tires. These essential components of your vehicle are often overlooked when changing from street to strip.
Drag Race 101 brings you tuning tips for letting your engine breathe better for maximum power and performance.
Teams are rallying as the NHRA Countdown to the Championship reaches the halfway point in St. Louis at the AAA NHRA Midwest Nationals.
On March 22,1992 at the Motorcraft Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway, Kenny Bernstein became the first driver to break 300 miles per hour with a speed of 301.7 becoming the King of Speed.
When you need new (quality) axles, how do you measure for them? While it sounds simple enough, more than one person has made a critical error when it came to axle dimensions. And in most cases, once you have them, you have them. But we have a foolproof method for measuring for axles.
This driver has got to be the luckiest man in the world as he walks away from a crash that sends his legs through the front windshield.